Ibiza Town

The city of Ibiza was declared Heritage of humanity by unesco Thanks to its biodiversity and culture. Highlighting the Puig des Molins necropolis, he Phoenician archaeological site of Sa Caleta and Dalt Vila, the walled historic center. Is divided: Sa Penya, the lower city and Dalt Vila, the monumental area with its Renaissance walls to defend it from pirate attacks.

Ibiza from the sea

Once crossed the Ses Taules Portal We access the old town. There it is interesting to see the Cathedral gothic, the Church of Santo Domingo and the convent of Preachers, where the City Hall works. He Castell or Almudaina, Arab invoice building, which stands out for being the tallest in the city and its tribute tower can be seen from the entire city. Also worth a visit on Archeological Museum which houses the Phoenician and Carthaginian collections.

Entrance to the Vila Dalt, Ibiza

Following our walk to the bottom, we go to sailor neighborhood, where we will find Puig des Molins, Sa Caleta or the Las Salinas National Park.

The best known of the city is the different and fun atmosphere. Not only his night leisure, with the nightclubs European fashion, too Street markets, concerts and Art exhibitions.

Beaches and coves are the favorite for bathers and divers for the quality of its waters and its beauty. In any terrace or bar the pleasure of the gastronomy Ibiza, with sobrasada or rice and fish based dishes. To finish the meal with a glass of frígola, one of the many liquors in the area.

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